Modern Door Hardware | Traditional Door Knob Backplates | Schlage

Your browser is out of date

This website will not look or function as originally intended in your current browser

We recommend upgrading to the latest version of Internet Explorer or Chrome or Firefox

Traditional style

Traditional Style
Traditional style is rooted in the past and is focused on comfort, familiarity and romanticism.
Traditional Style

 

Traditional style hails from 19th century European design and encompasses the Georgian, Federal and Victorian movements.

 

Transitional style

Traditional Style
Transitional style is adaptable yet ever evolving, borrowing trends and fashions from design movements throughout history.
Traditional Style

 

Transitional design stems from a movement focused on blending design styles and eras, a concept that became popular in American homes around the mid-1940s and has carried through to present day.

 

Contemporary style

Traditional Style
Contemporary spaces rely on the simplicity of color and shape to provide their aesthetic appeal, rather than elaborate design.
Traditional Style

 

Contemporary style is focused on clean lines and basic shapes, all made popular throughout the design movements of the late 20th century.